Do you want to meditate? Does meditation interest you? Do you already meditate? Would you like to reap the benefits of regular meditation? How about conscious living? Tantric sexuality? Do these sound appealing to you? In my experience, they bring great happiness and transformation. Now, where to start?
#Meditation and #ConsciousSexuality, two things I am passionate about and committed to, lay at the heart of why I created #ConsciousPathways. Although now living in New Zealand, I mostly studied these over 20 years living in Australia, America, and India. For the majority of my travels, I visited and lived in spiritual communities dedicated to teaching yoga, meditation, conscious living, and the process of enlightenment. I completed a Masters degree on Studies in Religion at the University of Sydney in Australia. The focus of study for me was on Kashmir Shaivism, a detailed and elegant Indian philosophy that states the true nature of who we are is #Consciousness. Kashmir #Shaivism states that this Consciousness is the basis of everything, including us, and that in order to truly understand it, we simply have to recognize it. When we recognize our identity with Consciousness, we naturally step into a truly authentic and connected way of living that involves all of our being. This is the basis of #consciouspathways, and if this sounds like wonderful work to you, I warmly invite you on this journey with me.
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In this blog, I will share techniques I have studied and learned over the years which many, myself included, have found useful and doable. They are nonsectarian, straightforward, and free of dogma. They can be practiced by anybody. Although they have ancient roots, the techniques I use are simple and effective, which is important in the busy times we live. They actively engage the mind and body and expand awareness and joy. They bring many benefits to your life and world by connecting us to the Consciousness that is our true nature.
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